Spring and Summer Concert Series

Information on the 2015 Concerts On The Green Series coming soon!



The 2014 Series Line-Up .

In the event of inclement weather, please call our Weather Line at 736-7155 after 4:45 pm, for any updated information on relocation or cancelation of performances.  We do everythng we can to conduct the performance outdoors, so we do not make an early decision.

May 29              Miss Delaware Pageant Night


Join us for an evening of entertainment and meet Miss Delaware 2013, Rebecca Jackson, as well many other former Miss Delawares. The evening will feature fun filled entertainment of song and dance by the 2014 Miss Delaware contestants.

The 73rd Miss Delaware Pageant will be held June 12, 13 and 14 at the Dover Downs Hotel and Casino.

The Miss Delaware Pageant is a not-for-profit organization that is the official state preliminary for the Miss America Pageant.  The Miss America Pageant is a scholarship-based program.





 June 5           Skinny Leg Pete Band

The band is made up of a group of seasoned professional musicians, and also has other individual projects. This high energy band will provide hours of classic rock and roll, rhythm and blues. They are known also as a party band. Come out and enjoy the sounds!



June 12            Coming Home  -  Dover High Alumni

This "Open Mic Night" will feature musicians connected to Dover High School (alumni, family & friends) from 7-9 pm.

The entertainment is part of the Coming Home Dover High School Reunion scheduled for Thursday, June 12 through Sunday, June 15.  Alumni will celebrate millions of memories created at the high school building that’s scheduled to be demolished in the fall of 2014, but not before thousands of alumni (past and present) join together for this event.



 June 19            Joe Baione

Joe Baione named an emerging artist by Philadelphia Weekly and Zanzibar Blue and a protégé of the great Benny Golson.

Joe has been labeled as an enthusiastic vibist who plays very instinctive with the energy of Elvin Jones, John Coltrane, and McCoy Tyner group. His vibraphone playing is quite different from the regular vibist. It is a new style with a twist of teetering on the edge and high energy and excitement.







  June 26           The HoneycombsThe Honeycombs

An evening with The Honeycombs is… dancing in your chair and wishing that someone else would get up and dance so you could bust loose! This high energy group will be performing favorites from Elvis, to Motown, to Disco, to Rock.

The Honeycombs, a 7-piece show band, will perform a variety of songs from the 50’s through the sounds of today. Don’t miss this Delaware favorite!



July 3                      Reptile WorldReptile World

Snakes, turtles, crocs, alligators, lizards are on the Green!

Come meet an interesting array of animals from the world’s most exotic family… the reptiles.  Your personal guide for this adventure will be Michael D. Shwedick, who has traveled extensively presenting the Reptile World program to audiences of all ages and backgrounds.  A professional reptile handler and renown speaker, Michael also owns one of the country’s largest private reptile collections, Reptile World, Inc.  

Reptile World has been making a visit to our Series On The Green for decades, always drawing large crowds.  This is a don't miss show for all ages!  http://reptileworld.org




 July 10              Island Boyz Band

The ISLAND BOYZ BAND started in 1991 and have been going ever since. Even though some members have changed through the years, the sound and energy remains constant. The Island Boyz home base is lower Delaware, but some of the members travel from different states and islands such as Florida, Maryland, Canada and Grenada. They have performed at hundreds of shows, weddings, fundraisers and personal gatherings.They have also been the opening act for such groups as The Wailers, Yellowman, and many, many more.

The band consists of 7 members who hail from several different islands: Leader and Keyboardist Owen (Big O) Lans was born in St. Thomas, U.S.V.I. and resides in Millsboro, Delaware. Lead Vocalist Harriette (Pet) Jeremiah was born in Grenada, W.I. and still resides there. Drummer and Vocalist Lee (Milo) Spence was born in Jamaica and resides in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Bass Guitarist Ivan (Pedler) Baker was born in Grenada W.I. and resides in Rehoboth, Delaware. Lead Guitarist Galbert (Gillie) Spence was born in Jamaica and resides in Canada. Percussionist and Vocalist Edmund (Bedie) McKinzie was born in Abaco, Bahamas and resides in Lewes, Delaware. Steel Drummer Hugh (Andy) Huggins, Jr. was born in Trinidad W.I. and resides in Silver Springs, Maryland.

The Island Boyz can be seen at their home base – The Rusty Rudder in Dewey Beach, Delaware, where they have performed 7 days a week for the past 17 years from late April until the end of October.   http://islandboyz.net

 July 17             The Reunion

REUNION is a seven-piece “Classic Rock” ensemble whose roots are traced to a number of rock’n’roll bands formed in Kent County, Delaware during the mid-late 60’s and early 70’s. Reunion will delight you with songs from The Beatles, Van Morrison, the soulful R&B of both Motown & Memphis, plus a wide range of dance tunes & good old fashioned rock’n’roll.


July 24              Imagine

Bio coming soon!


July 31             U.S. Army Field Band

From Boston to Baghdad, Tampa to Toronto, The United States Army Field Band has been thrilling audiences of all ages for more than six decades. As the premier touring musical representative for the United States Army, this internationally-acclaimed organization travels thousands of miles each year presenting a variety of music to enthusiastic audiences throughout the nation and abroad. Through these concerts, the Field Band fosters the support of the American people for members of the armed forces and supports diplomatic efforts around the world.   


US Army Field Band



August 7           Bad JuJu

Bad JuJu is a Delaware Blues band that is all about good old fashioned, shoot-from-the-hip blues, rhythm, blues and soul! Much of what we put out there for you may be on a list, but is not really scripted. I doubt that it will ever happen the same way twice, and that is what keeps it interesting, energized and full of vibe! We hope that you enjoy what you hear and can get lost in the music just enough to forget the day-to-day things that sometimes get in the way. We are Bad JuJu! www.roadhousebluesfest.com/badjuju



August 14          The Movies Band

One of Delaware's most successful rock bands of the 1970's & 80's, The Movies has been making a not so quiet comeback over the past couple years thanks to renewed interest in their sound and a rejuvenated spirit among original band members Junior Wilson, Bob Barr and Ray Strube. In their heyday, The Movies Trio built a raw-edged and rhythmic sound all their own and while the band initially played quite a few cover songs to fill out their gigs, it was their original music that really brought them into the limelight, especially their hit single, "Photograph".

Although creative differences sent band members in different directions, it wasn't before The Movies became one of the most popular performing bands at the Delaware and Maryland beaches and their popularity quickly spread up and down the East Coast (and beyond) making them one of the must have, must hear bands of their era.


August 21           Celtic Harvest

We connect with the past and to demonstrate the living tradition of Celtic (pronounced Kel’-tic) music.  Celtic music is as much a product of the movement of people away from Ireland and Scotland as it is the music within those two places.  Celtic Harvest is the creation of that emigration.   

Our music includes tunes (melodies without words) composed by fiddlers and whistle players and a blind harpist who played for the gentry of the great houses of 17th Century Ireland.  The songs come from all over the map--Ireland, Scotland, England, Canada, Australia, and, yes, even America--written by pop stars, folk legends, anonymous balladeers and even some from our own band members.



August 28            Smooth Sound Dance Band

An ensemble of the Milford Community Band, The Smooth Sound Dance Band is a group of 16 musicians who specialize in music of the “Big Band” era, music of the 30s, 40s and 50s plus many current pieces.






September 4       Bob Lougheed  (Elvis) 


Bob Lougheed, a six time award winning Elvis Tribute Artist, has performed over 200 shows in the past 18 months both nationally and internationally.  Performing at such venues as Dover Downs Hotel & Casino, The Buck Hotel in Northeast, PA, The Historic Owens Theater in Branson, MO, The Fireside Tavern & Ballroom in Strasburg, PA, Resorts Casino in Atlantic City, and The Smyrna Opera House, just to name a few.  His unique portrayal has recently qualified him to compete in the King of the Worlds competition in Memphis.


Bob has taken his love for the music of Elvis and created a tribute show featuring The Mystery Train Band, which is second to none.  In just two years, they have performed up and down the east coast, raising various funds for numerous charities and non-profit organizations.  Their unparalleled rendition showcases all the excitement of being at Elvis’ 1973 Aloha from Hawaii concert, his classic 1968 comeback special and his explosive Las Vegas shows.




In the event of inclement weather, please call our Weather Line at 736-7155 after 4:45 pm, for any updated information on relocation or cancelation of performances.  We do everythng we can to conduct the performance outdoors, so we do not make an early decision.



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